Susquehanna
Sustainable
Enterprises LLC


Owned and operated by Benjamin Weiss.
Located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

 
Educational Lancaster
 

Susquehanna Sustainable Enterprises
has three main projects . . . 

+ Susquehanna Apothecary
+ Rebel Garden Tools
+ Urban Edge Farm

We offer educational programming
on topics including . . . 

+ permaculture   + wildland management
+ wilderness survival skills   
+ sustainable agriculture   + herbalism

 
Susquehanna River
 

meet herbalist & farmer
>> benjamin weiss

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Benjamin Weiss, owner of Susquehanna Sustainable Enterprises LLC, is a certified permaculture designer and teacher, a father, activist, herbalist, forager, gardener, brewer, musician, and writer from Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

He studied natural building, ecovillage design, and permaculture at The Farm Ecovillage Training Center, received a permaculture teacher certification from CRMPI, completed a beekeeping apprenticeship at The Horn Farm Center, recieved a certificate in forest garden design with Dave Jacke, and has studied herbalism with Sarah Preston of Radiance, and shamanic dreaming techniques with Adhi Moonien Two-Owls.

Benjamin has facilitated permaculture design courses and many other classes and workshops, has designed and managed five farms, forages professionally, and continues to develop the a system for regenerating wild ecosystems with his friend and colleague Wilson Alvarez.

 
Support Rewiling
 

Receive discounts to Susquehanna Apothecary and educational programming by supporting Susquehanna Sustainable Enterprises’s work with a monthly contribution via Patreon.

 
mushrooms lancaster
 

How You Can Help

This year Urban Edge Farm needs funding for a deer fence, native trees and shrubs for the woodland area, materials to refurbish our worm composting hutch, teaching supplies, beekeeping equipment, a picnic table, irrigation equipment, and more! Two years ago the farm was launched by a generous $10,000 gift. Now in it's first full year of crop production, the farm needs another infusion of funding from the community to become Lancaster's hub for urban agriculture, sustainable agroforestry, and community gardening education.